North Carolina Paralysis Attorneys
Tenacious Legal Representation for Victims of Negligence
Have you or a loved one been paralyzed or partial paralysis due to another
The paralysis attorneys at Lanier Law Group, P.A. want to help you maximize
your compensation. With
multiple office locations throughout the state, we make it easy for the injured to exercise their
These cases are complex, both because of the complicated medical science
behind paralysis and because most at-fault parties are reluctant to take
responsibility for such
catastrophic injuries. Our attorneys know how to handle these complex cases with skill and efficiency.
We take a client-focused, results-oriented approach to get the best results
possible for our clients.
Put a heavyweight in your corner. Call
(855) 757-4204 for a free consultation.
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Types of Paralysis and Their Long-Term Consequences
There are main types of paralysis, all of which may be at the center of
a legal claim:
Localized paralysis, in which only part of the body (such as part of the face) is paralyzed.
Generalized paralysis, in which multiple parts of the body are paralyzed. Monoplegia, hemiplegia,
diplegia, paraplegia, and quadriplegia/tetraplegia are all examples of
Partial paralysis, in which half the body can experience partial weakness or loss of strength.
Both localized and generalized paralysis can be complete or incomplete.
Complete paralysis refers to a condition in which the person has lost all
movement, control, and/or sensation in the paralyzed limbs/muscles. Incomplete/partial
paralysis, or paresis, is when a person retains some movement, control,
and/or sensation in the affected areas.
Each of these
spinal cord injuries completely changes a person’s life, from how they function everyday
to their personal and family relationships, to suddenly being unable to
enjoy their hobbies, and more. For this reason, paralysis claims typically
result in compensation for medical expenses, lost wages (past and future),
and pain and suffering.
Paralysis Cases We Take On
At Lanier Law Group, P.A., we advocate for North Carolina residents paralyzed due to:
To improve your chances of recovery, our paralysis lawyers will take the
time to get to know you, your needs, and your circumstances. It is our
mission to help you get the most out of your legal claim, giving you the
financial support and means to adapt to your injury and move forward with life.
Contact a North Carolina paralysis lawyer online today. You won’t be charged a dime unless we win!